The Heritage Trail

by Tom Schofield | 31 May 2010
Category: General History
The Heritage Trail is a 54 mile walk within the counties of Lancashire and Yorkshire, the route of which connects three preserved steam railways - the East Lancashire, the Keighley and Worth Valley and the Embsay to Bolton Abbey. The trail is divided into 16 linked circular stages ranging between 4 and 9.5 miles.
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The Heritage Trail is a 54 mile walk within the counties of Lancashire and Yorkshire, the route of which connects three preserved steam railways - the East Lancashire, the Keighley and Worth Valley and the Embsay to Bolton Abbey. The trail is divided into 16 linked circular stages ranging between 4 and 9.5 miles.
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